These signs advocating violence against anti-fascists have appeared in Durham and Chapel Hill.
These signs advocating violence against anti-fascists have appeared in Durham and Chapel Hill. Bridges, Virginia
These signs advocating violence against anti-fascists have appeared in Durham and Chapel Hill. Bridges, Virginia

Durham, Chapel Hill street posters advocate violence against anti-fascists group

August 22, 2017 12:34 PM

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